Tag: dietary fiber intake
Not only can substitution save the day when you lack an ingredient called for in a recipe, but it also enables you to make a recipe better for you. That’s helpful whether you are trying to improve your overall eating pattern or are cooking for a specific health condition.
Your Diet Vs. Chronic Disease
It’s estimated that half of all U.S. adults—about 117 million people—suffer from preventable, diet-related chronic diseases. Shifting to healthier eating patterns that contain the nutrients your heart and brain require can help bring about lasting improvements in individual health, according to the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for
Fitting fiber into your diet is a cancer-preventive strategy. Fiber most clearly protects against colorectal cancer—risk drops 10 percent for each 10-gram increase in fiber. Analysis combining 16 population studies also links higher fiber with lower breast cancer risk. Because fiber is a component of foods with nutrients and plant
A new study provides stronger evidence than ever that statins significantly raise your risk for diabetes. These alarming findings will make you want to ditch your statin drug and turn to natural alternatives instead.
If you aren’t already eating beets regularly, you should start. They’re rich in fiber, high in natural nitrates and antioxidants, and they might even moderate blood sugar.